Valier High School - Northern Lights Yearbook (Valier, MT)
- Class of 1963
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1963 volume:
NORTHERN LIGHTS $(- OmM i? f 1963 NORTHERN LIGHTS VALIER HIGH SCHOOL VALIER, MONTANA Congratulation " Class of 1963. " You have crossed one of the many mile- stones of your lives. I sincerely hope that you feel that this is a beginning rather than an end to your educational duties. Now that you are graduated from high school, you should reflect a few moments upon the number of people who have helped you achieve this high honor: (1) your parents, (2) the people who have paid for your school and schooling, (3) and your in- structors. There have been many hours and resources given for you. The challenge I give to you, the class of 1963, is that you go forth into the adult world of society and lend your strength and wisdom so that other may achieve as you have. Give of yourselves to build a truly free world with equal opportunity for all. God Bless You. To you, Mr. Chadwick, we dedi- cate this annual for the wonderful job you have done with the music department and for the dance band which you have built up. We are truly indebted to you. You have made Valier Proud of its music . NORTHERN LIGHTS ANNUAL STAFF SEATED, left to right: Roy Johnson, Jim Stephen, Sharon Van Auken, Lowell Carlson, Lynn Hall, Sue Farrington. STANDING: Mr. Mero, Raymond Lindseth, Esther Widhalm, Elouise Pepion, Marcia Johnson, Marilyn Jannusch, Agatha Christiaens, Emmett Briggs, Evelyn Monroe, Jack Miller. Albert Van den Bos, Arthur Toren. CHARLES VAN GORDEN Science Math Head Coach MRS. CONNIE LOHSE English DARRELL MICKEN English Speech JACK DUNLAP Industrial Arts General Math Ass ' t Coach MISS SHARON SIROKMAN Science Library EARL SAGER Science Math MRS. MARLENE PRIEBE Home Economics P.E. RICHARD OWINGS Social Studies Commercial Ass ' t Coach In Loving Memory of Mrs. J. A. (Frances) Tidyman Francis J. Tidyman was more than a teacher, she was a friend to those she taught. We all knew her by the tap tap of her heels, as she passed by or her always ready, jolly laugh. When she left us the school was like a room without furniture. Her complete dedication to the school and her pupils will continue to stir the memories of those who knew her. Now she has passed from our vision but her memory will never leave our minds. The day has come; she ' s gone. No longer will her footsteps leave their tapping echo In the halls of our Alma Mater. Gone is the ringing laughter That tumbled from Her smiling lips. When she came She brought so much with her. When she went away She left even more with us. She was a teacher. No, she was More than a teacher; she was A friend. In her way, she could warm The coldest heart With her love of life. Never a day went by without Her friendly hello. Now her last good-bye Has been said. But the memories remain-- Fond, happy memories. No, she is still alive-- She lives in our hearts She is not dead-- For someone who is loved Can never die. SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SEATED, left to right: President, Jim Stephen, Secretary, Marguerite Brophy, Vice- President, Lowell Carlson. STANDING: Sponsors, Mr. Charles Van Gorden and Mr. Donald Mero. Not pictured, Joe King, Treasurer. RITA BEAUDRY Pep Club 1-4; Latin Club 3; Band 1-4; Chorus 1-4; Play 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Parliamentarian 4; Speech Club 4; Press Club 3; Panther Re- porter 1-4; Annual Staff 4. EMMETT BRIGGS Conrad High School 1,2; IA Club 4; V-Club 3,4; Pep Club 2; Foot- ball 3,4. MARGUERITE BROPHY F.H.A. 1-4; Pari. 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; State Convention 3,4; Pep Club 1 -4 ; Annual Staff 4 ; Chorus 3,4; Panther Staff; Class Sec. 4; Class Play 4; " B Squad " Cheerleader 1; " A Squad " Cheer- leader 2; Am. Legion Essay Con- test — Hon. Mention 2. LOWELL CARLSON IA Club 1-3; Pep Club 1,2; Track 2; Boys ' State Alternate 3; Science Club 4; Annual Editor 4; Class Play 4; Class Vice-pres. 4; MIEA Dele- gate 4 ; Speech Club 4 . AGATHA CHRISTIAENS F.H.A. 1-4; District Songleader 4; State Conv. 3; Panther Staff 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; Chorus 1-4; Sec- treas. 3; Annual Staff 4; Class treas. 3; Homecoming Queen Candidate 3; Class Play 4. ROY DAVIS DONALD DODGE IA Club 1,2; Secretary ' 1; Pep Club 1; Intramural Basketball 3,4. SUE FARRINGTON Band 1-4; F.H.A. 1-3; Pep Club 1-4; Dance Band 2-4; National Honor Society 2-4; Girls ' State Alternate 3; Science Club 4; Speech Club 4; Latin Club 3; Panther Jr. Co-Editor 2; Reporter 3; Annual Staff 4. LYNELLE HALL Class Vice-pres. 1; Honor Scholarship 1; Student Council 2; Odd Fellow Delegate to U.N. 2; Girls ' State 3; Chorus 1-3; Pep Club 1-4; F.H.A. 1-4; Song Leader 3; State Conv. 3; National Honor Society 2-4; Am. Legion Essay Contest- -Hon. Mention 3; Play 4. MARILYN JANNUSCH Pep Club 1-4; F.H.A. 1; Panther Paws 1; Panther Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4 . This page sponsored by DUPUYER SERVICE STATION MARCIA JOHNSON Pep Club 1-4; F.H.A. 1-3; Science Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Panther Staff 3,4; Chorus 1; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 4; Peanut Queen Candi- date 3; Speech Club 4. ROY JOHNSON IA Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Intra- mural Basketball 2,3; Annual Staff 4. MELVIN KING Football 1-4; Chorus 3; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Boys ' State 3; IA Club 1-4; V-Club 3,4; Science Club 2; Class Pres. 3; Treas. 4; Pep Club 3; Class Play 4; Basket- ball 1,2. WILLIAM KUKA Basketball 1-4; Track 2,3; Foot- ball 1-4; All-Conference End 3; V-Club 1-4; Inter-Scholastics 2,3; IA Club 1-4; Class Vice-president 3. RAYMOND LINDSETH IA Club 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Class President 2; Class Play 4; Intra- mural Basketball 3,4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Annual Staff 4. This page sponsored by ANDERSON MERCHANTILE Dupuyer, Montana WILLIAM MAJERUS Football 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 3; National Honor Society 2-4; Band 1-4; High School Week 3; Boys ' State Alternate 3; V-Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Science Club 4; Class play 4. ROBERT McGREW Pep Club 1,2; IA Club 1,3,4; V- Club 1-4; Football 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Track 1; Annual Staff 4. JACK MILLER IA Club 1,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; V- Club 4; Football 4; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4. EVELYN MONROE F.H.A. 1-4; Pari. 3; Vice-president 4 ; MIEA Delegate 4; Pep Club 1-4; Vice-president 4; Girls ' State Alternate 3; " B " Squad cheerleader 2; " A " Squad cheerleader 2; Chorus 3; Carnival Queen Candidate 1; National Honor Society 2-4; Sec- treas. 3,4; Panther Staff 3,4; Editor 4, Annual Staff 4. ELOUISE PEPION F.H.A. 1-4; Historian 4; Pep Club 1-4; secretary 4; Chorus 3,4; Presi- dent 4; Homecoming Queen Can- didate 4; Panther Staff 4; Annual Staff 4 . HOWARD SAND Student Council 1,3,4; IA Club 1,3,4; V-Club 4; Pep Club 3,4; Class Play 4; Chorus 3; Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1; Science Club 1. SHERRY SHEBLE Class Sec. 2,3; F.H.A. 1-4; Re- porter 4; Pep Club 1-4; Carnival Queen Candidate 3; F.T.A. 4; Class Play 4; Chorus 1-3; Library 4; Panther Staff 2,3. JAMES STEPHEN Class President 1-4; Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1-4; Honor Society 2-4; F.T.A. President 3,4; Band 1-4; Chorus 3; Heisey Award 3; Dance Band 2-4; Boys ' State; Annual Staff 4; Panther Staff 3,4; Science Club 2,4; V-Club 2-4; Class Play 4. WILLIAM STOKES Pep Club 1,2; IA Club 1,3,4; V- Club 2-4; Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Annual Staff 4. ARTHUR TOREN IA Club 1-3; Pep Club 1,2; Basket- ball 3 . This page sponsored by THE HOME CAFE, Dupuyer, Montana 14 SHARON VAN AUKEN Chorus 1-4; F.H.A. 1-4; Song- leader 4; Pep Club 1-4; President 4; Girls ' State Delegate 3; MIEA Delegate 4; Annual Staff 4; Editor 4; Carnival Queen Candidate 2; Homecoming Queen Candidate 2; Dance Band 3,4; " B Squad " Cheer- leader 2; Twirling 3. ALBERT VANDEN BOS IA Club 1-4; Pep Club 1,2. BARNEY VANDEN BOS Class Vice-president 2; IA Club 1-4; Pep Club 1,2; Intramural Bas- ketball 3 . DONALD VANDEN BOS IA Club 1-4; Pep Club 1,2. ALAN WHEELER Band 1-4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Chorus 3,4 ; Class Play 4; IA Club 1; Pep Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3; Speech Club 4; Librarian 4. ESTHER WIDHALM St. Joseph High School, Colorado, 1,2; Chorus 3; Pep Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4; Play 4; Science Club 4; Speech Club 4; Carnival Queen Candidate 4. JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: left to right, President, Ed Peterson, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Hayne, Vice-President, Doug Bruner. STANDING: Sponsors, Mr. Earl Sager, Miss Sirokman. Donald Amst Douglas Brunei Kenneth Donovan Linda Erickson Charlann Field Mary Hayne LaLonnie Ingebrigtson Lawrence Keeler Linda Leet Barbara May Joseph Miller Larry Miller 19 James Nelson Ellen Norsby Marsha Otthouse Donald Pepion Edward Peterson James Scheel Kathy Shepherd Edwin Tor en Patsy Van De Kop Edward Wheeler Angela Widhalm Jo Ann Widhalm Terry Widhalm This page sponsored by THE PARK MOTEL Valier, Montana 20 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS " " " N Left to Right: Mrs. Marlene Priebe, Sponsor, Carol Chatlain, Lynn Boumans, Mike Harwood. STANDING: Sponsor, Jack Dunlap. 23 Ivan Archdale Victoria Barron Mark Bennett Patty Boucher Lynn Boumans Patricia Bruner Jane Burgess Karen Carlson Carol Chatlain Pete Habets Mike Harwood Linda Johnson Steve Kincaid This page sponsored by THE VALLER CLEANERS Valier, Montana 24 V ' . John Kuka - J. v l Larry Majerus Daryl May fc t Kenny Moon Alan Parr Junior Pepion , c James Pulver Trudy Sanson . . Dale Shephard « -. S Alan Stokes Gayle Wentworth Mary Wenzel Bernard Widhald - Steve Widhalm • -jk- khtS- FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS SEATED: Linda Jones, Leona Elings, Nancy Christiaens, Don Swanson. STANDING: Sponsors, Richard Owings, Darrell Micken. Cynthia Sue Barron Kathryn A. Brophy 4a Keith E. Brophy Dorothy Chatlain Dan Christiaens Robert Christiaens Nancy Christiaens Carolyn Crawford Richard Durnell Leona Elings Forrest Erickson Jim Farrington Vicki Field Bobbi Lee Hancock Helen Hartsell Linda Jones Waunita Jones Sally Karlsgodt This page sponsored by THE DURNELL ' S INSURANCE Valier, Montana Judy Lauffer Thomas Majerus Sally Norsby Lana Offerdahl Joy Pepion Ronda Powers Helen Stark £: ■ ;. 4) Donald Swanson Sharon Toren Bonnie Urness Shirley Van den Bos Dale Van den Bos John Widhalm Sheryl Wenzel Ronald Woldstad Diana Yeager 31 VAUER PUBLIC GRADE SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY ' T P? H. G. CHADWICK Grade School Principal JERRY CHADWICK 8th Grade CHARLOTTE CANTRELL 7th Grade RAY JENSEN 6th Grade This page sponsored by ROBINSON ' S ENCO SERVICE, CONRAD 34 JR. HIGH EIGHTH GRADE v Joe Bouman Steve Brown Diane Chausse Jerry DeVinney Jack King Leonard McComb Kenny Miller Tommy Myhre Bonnie Norsby Viola Orr Pam Otthouse Don Parr Lisa Peterson Ranae Powers Roger Slezak ononiana jvathy bpeer Jack Stephen Carla Van de Kop Mike Wenzel Linda Wheeler Mervin Widhalm Ralph Widhalm Leslie Woldstad Bobbie Yeage; NOT PICTURED: Gene Curry, Douglas Druckenmiller, Jerry Gibson. 35 JR. HIGH SEVENTH GRADE Judianne Janice Kathy Me Win Shirley Stephanni Bourn ans Burgess Chatlain Christiaens DeVinney Durnell Roger Karilee David Dorothy Nora Hale Hall Johnson King Leet % f ■, • Jim Lookabaugh Donna Moffett Gary Warren Linda Neyenhuis Neyenhuis Olson Ross Racine i Keith Dan Gale Shirley Barbara Stark Stokes Stoltz Toren Van Auken JMraR Jimmy Roger Bede Danny Dorothy Helen Van den Bos Wenzel Widhalm Widhalm Widhalm Widhalm This Page Sponsored by ELSBERRY ' S HARDWARE APPLIANCES, CONRAD 36 JUNIOR HIGH BAND FIRST ROW; Left to Right, Diane Snortland, Jim Lookabaugh, Carla Van de Kop, Jack Stephen, Barbara Van Auken, Nora Leet, Ramona Arnst, Karen Wenzel, Janice Burgess. SECOND ROW; Gail Stoltz, Kathy Erickson, Ina Beaudry, Jerri Goff, Shirley DeVinney, Gary Neyenhuis, Roger Wenzel, Kathy Boeck, Roger Hale, Karilee Hall, Warren Neyenhuis. 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TOMORROWS SCIENTISTS Left to Right: Keith Brophy, Kathy Brophy, Thomas Majerus, Miss Sirokman, Robert Christiaens, ionnie Urness, Shirley Vanden Bos, Joy Pepion, Lana Offerdahl, Rodney Bruner. This Page Sponsored by BEN FRANKLIN STORE, CONRAD FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Left to right: Elouise Pepion, Kathleen Shephard, Sherry Sheble, Mrs. Priebe, Marguerite Brophy, Lynn Hall, Sharon Van Auken, Evelyn Monroe, Linda Leet, LaLonnie Ingebrigtson. LIBRARIANS AT WORK Left to right: Alan Wheeler, Angie Widhalm, Sherry Sheble, Barbara May, Miss Sirokman, LaLonnie Ingebrigtson. PANTHER PAWS Left to right: Miss Sirokman, Esther Widhalm, Ellen Norsby, Mary Hayne, Lynn Hall, Marsha Otthouse, Charlann Field, Linda Leet, Angie Widhalm. This Page is Sponsored by FARMERS STATE BANK, CONRAD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1: Mr. Milne, Linda Erickson, Jim Nelson, David Osterman, Charlann Field, Sue Farrington, Linda Johnson, Angie Widhalm. ROW 2: Bill Majerus, Mary Hayne, Evelyn Monroe, Ed Peterson. ROW 3: Carol Chatlain, Lynn Hall, Joe Miller. STUDENT COUNCIL C ft Left to Right: Jim Nelson, Howard Sand, Patricia Bruner, Rodney Bruner, Mr. Milne. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA SEATED, left to right: Mr. Van Gorden, Jim Stephen, Melvin King, Mary Hayne. STANDING: Esther Widhalm, Joanne Widhalm, Rita Beaudry, Marcia Johnson, Maria Chausse, Joe Miller, Marsha Otthouse, Linda Leet, Linda Erickson. This Page Sponsored by CONRAD IMPLEMENT CO. Northern Lights Editors Northern Lights Feature Editors - s - Lowell Carlson, Sharon Van Auken SEATED, left to right: Lowell Carlson, Sharon Van Auken, Sue Fairington. STANDING: Lynn Hall, Jim Stephen. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB ROW 1: Ronald Woldstad, Steve Widhalm, Forrest Erickson, Jim Farrington, Rodney Bruner, Steve Kincaid, Daryl May, John Kuka, John Widhalm, Thomas Majerus, Robert Christiaens, Keith Brophy, Bernard Widhalm. ROW 2: Dan Christiaens, Kenny Moon, Mike Durnell, Ron Speer, Forrest Karlsgodt, Don Swanson, Rick Gibson, James Pulv r, Albert Vanden Bos, Larry Majerus, Mr. Dunlap. ROW 3: Alan Stokes, Jack Miller, Mike Harwood, Bill Stokes, Don Arnst, Bruce Davis, Barney Vanden Bos, Arthur Toren, Emmet Briggs, Dale Shephard. ROW 4: Roy Johnson, Wesley McComb, Ron Elings, Ed Wheeler, Alan Parr, Pete Habets, Junior Pepion. This Page Sponsored by ANDERSON MERCHANTILE, DUPUYER V " CLUB FRONT ROW: Jim Nelson, Bill Christiaens, Jack Miller, Melvin King, Ron Speer, Larry Miller, Mr. Van Gorden. ROW 2: Emmet Briggs, Doug Bruner, Don Arnst, Bill Majerus, Bill Stokes, Ed Peterson. ROW 3: Howard Sand, Bill Kuka, Bob McGrew, Jim Stephen, Ken Donovan. SCIENCE CLUB ROW 1: Linda Erickson, Esther Widhalm, Marcia Johnson, Patsy Vande Kop, Joanne Widhalm, Angi- V idhalm, Mr. Sager. ROW 2: Jim Nelson, Rita Beaudry, Sue Farrington, Mary Hayne, Bill Christiaens, Larry iiller, Ellen Norsby, Charlann Field. ROW 3: David Osterman, Jim Scheel, Mike Harwood, Edwin Toren, Doug 3runer, Bill Majerus, Terry Widhalm. ROW 4: Lynn Hall, Bruce Davis, Jim Stephen, Alan Parr, Joe Miller. This Page Sponsored by LLOYD ' S MEN AND BOYS, VALIER Boys ' State Girls ' State Melvin King, Jim Stephen Sharon Van Auken, Lynn Hall Bus Drivers Left to right: Harry Kovatch, Red Durnell, Dan Stokes, Sam Stokes, Dick Barron (not pictured, Jim Powers). Mrs. Dick Geiger (Lola) Mr. Carl Orr This Page Sponsored by VALIER IMPLEMENT PANTHER STAFF Editors Advisors ( Joe Miller, Evelyn Monroe Sports Editors Mr. Darrell Micken, Mr. Eton Mero Feature Editors SEATED: Charlann Field, Mary Hayne. STANDING: Jim Stephen, Rick Gibson, Sue Farrington. SEATED: Ellen Norsby, Angie Widhalm. STANDING: Linda Erickson, Gayle Wentworth, Patricia Bruner, Mary Hayne, Trudy Sanson, De lores Widhalm. Typists SEATED: Elouise Pepion, Marguerite Brophy. STANDING: Barbara May, LaLonnie Ingebrigtson, Marcia Johnson, Ellen Norsby, Charlann Field, Agatha Christiaens. This Page Sponsored by VALIER HOTEL BEAUTY SALON WANDERERS ROW 1: Miss Cantrell, Agatha Christiaens, Elouise Pepion, Marilyn Jannusch, Alan Wheeler, Linda Leet, Lawrence Keeler, Barbara May. ROW 2: Sharon Van Auken, Maria Chausse, Glen Neyenhuis, Marguerite Brophy, Rita Beaudry. HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS ROW 1: Wuanita Jones, Ida Orr, Gayle Wentworth, Vicki Barron, Lawrence Keeler, Elouise Pepion Sally Karlsgodt, Sharon Toren, Barbara May, Agatha Christiaens, Bonnie Urness, Miss Cantrell. ROW 2: Judy Lauffer, Marilyn Jannusch, Sharon Van Auken, Dorathy Chatlain, Lorraine Stark, Nancy Christiaens, Alan Wheeler,. Rita Beaudry, Patty Boucher, Linda Leet. ROW 3: Sally Norsby, Maria Chausse, Marguerite Brophy, Roy Davis, Glen Neyenhuis, Leona Elings, Sheryl Wenzel. This Page Sponsored by ROSERS, CONRAD DANCE BAND ROW 1: Lawrence Keeler, Larry Majerus, David Osterman, Sue Farrington, Bill Christiaens. ROW 2: Lorraine Stark, Bill Majerus, Jane Burgess, Mr. Jerry Chadwick, Thomas Majerus, Jim Stephen, Alan Wheeler. STANDING: Mr. Horace Chadwick, Sharon Van Auken, Diana Dabney. HIGH SCHOOL BAND ROW 1: Rita Beaudry, Genise Bonnet, Judy Lauffer, Helen Hartsell, Kathy Brophy, David Osterman, Sue Farrington, Jim Farrington. ROW 2: Bobbi Lee Hancock, Randa Powers, Larry Majerus, Lawrence Keeler, Bill Christiaens, Doug Druckenmiller, Caroh Crawford, Keith Brophy. ROW 3: Jane Burgess, Gene Curry, Jerry Gibson, Alan Wheeler, Thomas Majerus, Jim Stephen, Robert Christiaens, Ron Speer, Lorraine Stark, Bill Majerus. STANDING: Sharon Van Auken, Mr. Chadwick. This Page Sponsored by DEHLER BERNATZ CO., CONRAD Homecoming Queens Harvest Festival Queens FRONT ROW: Linda Leet, Patricia Bruner, Elouise Pepion. BACK ROW: Lana Offerdahl. Left to Right: Esther Widhalm, Nancy Christiaens, Mary Hayne, Gayle Wentworth. Peanut Queens FRONT ROW: Diana Dabney, Marilyn Jannusch, Judy Lauffer, Esther Widhalm. BACK ROW: Marguerite Brophy. This Page Sponsored by THE STOCKMAN ' S BAR, VAL1ER ATHLETICS FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS S-U-C-C-E-S-S LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara May, Lynn Boumans, Jane Burgess, Lalonnie Ingebrigtson. PEP RALLY This Page Sponsored by BUTTREY FOODS, CONRAD FRONT ROW: Forrest Erickson, Keith Brophy, Tom Majerus, John Kuka, Daryl May, Rodney Bruner, Jim Farrington, and Steve Widhalm. ROW TWO: Coach Don Mero, Mark Bennett, Dan Christiaens, Larry Majerus, Bill Christiaens, Steve Kincaid, Don Swanson, Forrest Karlsgodt, Terry Widhalm, Rick Gibson, Richard Durnell, and Jim Nelson. THIRD ROW: Coach Jack Dunlap, Larry bbhbmb Miller, Jim Scheel, Ron Speer, Jack Miller, Mike Harwood, Bill Majerus, Dale I B Shepherd, Bill Stokes, Doug Bruner, Joe King, and Dale Vanden Bos, Coach Charles H I Van Gorden. BACK ROW: Gus Sand, Don Arnst, Junior Pepion, Jim Stephen, Bill j I Kuka, Ron Elings, Bob McGrew, Ken Donovan, Wes McComb, Bruce Davis, and RfllH la Ed Peterson. The 1962 Northcentral Division Champion Valier Panthers were led this year by Seniors Bill Kuka, Gus Sand, Jim Stephen, Bob McGrew, Jack Miller, Bill Majerus, Joe King, and manager Emmett Briggs. Their first game on a snowy Shelby field put the locals off to a poor start when they were defeated 19 to 6 in a nonconference game. McGrew made the only touchdown for the Pantheis in the game. On September 22, the Panther ' s played Big Sandy there and defeated them by a score of 32 to 6. The touch- downs were made by Nelson, McGrew, Amst, and Miller. This was the beginning of the winning streak for the Panthers. The Valier Homecoming on September 29 was to be the Championship Game, Fairfield went down by a score of 12 to 6 and the Panther ' s were well on their way to another crown. Next came the Sunbrust game at Shelby. Valier skunked the Refiners 12 to with Kuka and McGrew doing the scoring. 46 to was the score when the game ended on October 13. Valier was host to Chester. This was perhaps the most interesting game of the season. Nelson, McGrew, Kuka, Amst and Stephen did the scoring for the Panthers. Next the Harlem Wildcats came to Valier. They were defeated 26 to 6 with touchdowns made by Kuka, McGrew, and Stephen. The line proved to be the difference of the game with Valier out rushing Harlem 218 yards to 95 yards. The last game was the defeat that the Panthers did not score in the game. The Great Falls J.V. tean defeated the Panther ' s 6 to to end the season. This is the third year in succession that Coach Charles Van Gorden ' s Panthers have taken the Ch - pionship. He was assisted this year by Jack Dunlap and Don Mero. The student body and the community are ve oud of their Championship team. This Page Sponsored by BRIDEN ' S CHEVROLET, VALIER VALIER PANTHER OFFENSIVE TEAM LINE: Left to Right--Bill Kuka, Ed Peterson, Bill Majerus, Ken Donovan, Joe King, Bill Stokes, Jim Stephen. QUARTERBACK: Center, Jim Nelson. Right HALFBACK: Larry Miller, FULLBACK: Don Arnst, Left HALFBACK: Bob McGrew. Bob McGrew, Senior Back Bill Kuka, Senior End Bill Stokes, Senior Tackle Jim Stephen, Senior End Emmett Briggs, Senior Manager 48 Jack Miller, Senior Back Ken Donovan, Junior Center Jim Nelson, Junior Back This Page Sponsored by ANDERSON ' S GRAIN CO., VALIER VALIER PANTHERS DEFENSIVE TEAM FRONT ROW: Ed Peterson, Joe King, Doug Burner, Bill Stokes, Jim Stephen. SECOND ROW: Larry Miller, Bill Kuka, Bill Majerus. THIRD ROW: Don Arnst, Bill Christiaens, Bob McGrew Joe King, Senior Guard Bill Majerus, Senior Backer Howard Sand, Senior End f 5 Bill Christiaens, Junior Back Ed Peterson, Junior Tackle Don Arnst, Junior Back Larry Miller, Junior Back Doug Bruner, Junior Tackle This Page Sponsored by CONRAD MOTOR AND TIRE COMPANY A-SQUAD CHEERLEADERS Go Mighty Panthers LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Burgess, Barbara May, Lynn Boumans . B-SQUAD CHEERLEADERS Beat ' em, Panthers 1st ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gayle Wentworth, Trudy Sanson. 2nd ROW: Linda Leet, Judy Lauffer. This Page Sponsored by ARNOT ' S, CONRAD VARSITY BASKETBALL Left to Right: FRONT Larry Majerus, Bill Majerus, Don Arnst, Dale Shepherd, Ed Peterson, Doug Bruner, Jim Nelson, John Kuka. BACK Coach Charles Van Gorden, Bill Kuka, Pete Habets, Ed Wheeler, Jim Stephen, Ron Elings, Ken Donovan. Valier. Valier. Valier. Valier. Valier. Valier. . 42 Valier. . 56 Valier. . 66 Valier. . 70 Valier. . 64 Valier. . 62 Valier. . 47 Valier. . 74 Valier. . 49 Valier. . 44 Valier. . 80 Valier. . 47 Valier. . 44 Valier. . 57 Valier. . 47 Valier. . 63 Valier. . 43 66 50 70 60 48 Dutton 51 Chester 37 Gt. Falls JV ■ . . 42 Browning 48 Conrad 46 Big Sandy .... 52 Harlem 39 Gt. Falls JV . . . 45 Sunburst 41 Shelby 61 Choteau 50 Cut Bank 40 Fairfield 48 Browning 56 Conrad 45 Sunburst 41 Shelby 55 Choteau 64 Cut Bank 59 Fairfield 71 Harlem 45 Chester 32 Bill Kuka . Jim Stephen Pete Habets Don Arnst . Ed Peterson Ken Donovan Ed Wheeler Bill Majerus Jim Nelson Ron Elings . Doug Bruner Dale Shepherd (Above) Individual Scoring Total Points Scored Valier 1,247 Opponents . . . . 1,068 416 240 228 109 89 36 31 30 30 18 18 .2 This Page Sponsored by PONDERA DRUG AND JEWELERS, CONRAD JIM STEPHEN, Senior For- ward, Steady player and did well and encouraged his teammates. BILL KUKA, Senior All Con- ference Center, a great ball handler and floor leader. KEN DONOVAN, Junior guard with great potential. BILL MAJERUS, Senior guard, adding much to the team. ED PETERSON, Junior guard, his attitude and spirit helped greatly. DON ARNST, Junior guard, hustle and aggression was his attitude. PETE HABETS, Sophomore forward, his driving and shotting were exceptional. This Page Sponsored by BRIDEN ' S CHEVROLET, VALIER " B " SQUAD BASKETBALL n Q LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Rod Bruner, Kenny Moon, Rick Gibson, Daryl May, Tom Majerus. STANDING: Jack Dunlap, Mike Harwood, Dale Shephard, Wes McComb, Junior Pepion, Alan Stokes. C " SQUAD BASKETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Ron Wolstad, Steve Widhalm, Bernard Widhalm. STANDING: Don Mero, Keith Brophy, Dale Vanden Bos, Forrest Karlsgodt, Steve Kincaid, Robbie Christiaens. This Page Sponsored by NORTH MONTANA MACHINERY CO., PAT McELLIOTT, CONRAD INTRAMURAL TEAMS TEAM 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Christiaens, Ron Speer, Don Dodge, Bob McGrew, Alan Wheeler, John Kuka, Ray Lindseth. TEAM 2 LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Scheel, Jack Miller, Roy Davis, Emmett Briggs, Bill Stokes, Mark Bennett. TEAM 3 LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Miller, Terry Widhalm, Mike Durnell, Barny Van den Bos, Bruce Davis, Larry Majerus, Bill Christiaens, Joe King. This Page Sponsored by MINT BAR, VALIER PROPHECY April 20, 1973 Honolulu, Hawaii Ten years ago we recieved our high school diplomas and parted, each going our separate way. I am working as a guide secretary in Hawaii. It is very beautiful here and I love it. I spend my spare time down at the beach. I was wondering what our classmates were doing so I wrote to them. Here is what they wrote. Sherry Sheble and Lynn Hall have got very interesting jobs. They are nurses in Israel. They are hoping for another Exodus. Howard Sand and wife Linda, have taken full ownership of Louies ' Enco. Bill Stokes and wife Lonnie are now living in Fargo, North Dakota, where Bill is president of the Mechanic School. Sharon Van Auken Stephen and husband Jim are living in Cottage Grove, Oregon where Jim is a teacher and Sharon works part time in the local drug store. Alan Wheeler is now sergeant of the National Guards. Art Toren is still trying to get into the Guards to be under Major Jack Millers ' Command. Marilyn Jannusch Warneke has been named " Mother of the Year. " She now has ten children including two sets of twins. Roy Davis has established a new religion. He makes his home in Dupuyer. I could hardly believe this but Esther Widhalm and Evelyn Monroe are teachers in old V.H.S. Neither one used to like Valier but somehow they both came back. Esther is a Biological Science teacher and Evelyn is an English teacher and sponser of the Panther. Rita Beaudry is now the head seamstress of the Paris. Her speciality is making red dresses. Emmett Briggs now owns the Trail Cafe in Valier. He specializes in making carrot dishes as he al- ways did like carrots. Bob McGrew owns the Valier Land and Water Company. He took his wife ' s job. Marcia Johnson is now a panelist on " To Tell the Truth. " She finds that quite hard to do. You can hardly believe this but the three Dupuyer boys have taken over the Ponderosa and star on Bonanza. Don Dodge stars as Hoss, Roy Johnson as Adam, and Raymond Lindseth as Little Joe. Sue Farrington is also on Television. She stars opposite Maynard in Dobbie Gillis. Lowell Carlson is now a pharmacist. He makes a new kind of medicine and sends it over to his nurse in Israel. Agatha Christiaens is in New Mexico making Hot Tamales. She ' s glad she took three years of Home Economics. Bill Kuka, our V.H.S. athlete, has recently won the 1974 Olympics. Albert, Barney, and Donald Vanden Bos now live in the Rocky Mountains. They ' ve just received a patent on a new kind of liquor they ' ve invented. They get their materials from their 300,000 acre farm in Montana. Joe King is now mayor of Conrad. He owns half the business places and farms. He always did like Conrad. How do you like your job as an airline stewardess? I hear you have been in every state in the union. Sometime when you are in Hawaii stop in and see me. Well I must close now. I am hoping to see you at our class reunion. Love, COMMENCEMENT " 1962 " I Valedictorian Linda Hartsell Salutatorian Doug Henneman [ f I " i Senior Class of 1962 This Page Sponsored by SAFEWAY FOODS, INC., CONRAD SPRING AWARDS Vicki Billips Judy May Bill Peterson Jim Stephen Phylis Ingebrigtson Clarice Lindquist Courtesy FORD SALES, INC., YOUR FRIENDLY FORD and MERCURY DEALER, CONRAD STUDENT DIRECTORY Arnst, Don . . . 19,40,43,44,51, 52,53,55,56 Barron, Cindy ... 29 24,47 . 10,42,44,47,48 . 24,51,58 . 19,40,48 . 24,47 . 24,50,54 . . 4,10,43,44,52,58 . 29,40,43,48 . 29,40,48,51,57 4,10,41,46,47,49 Barron, Vicki . . Beaudry, Rita . . Bennett, Mark . . Bonnet, Genise . Boucher Patty . . Boumarrs, Lynn . Briggs, Emmett . Brophy, Kathy . . Brophy, Keith . . Brophy, Marguerite Bruner, Doug . . Bruner, Patricia . Bruner, Rodney . Burgess, Jane . . Carlson, Karen . . . Carlson, Lowell . . Chadwick, H. G. . . Chatlain, Carol . . Chatlain, Dorothy . Chausse, Maria . . . Christiaens, Agatha Christiaens, Bill . . Christiaens, Dan . . Christiaens, Nancy Christiaens, Robbie Crawford, Carolyn . Dabney, Diana . . . 19,40,44,51,53,55 . 24,42,46,49 . 29,40,42,43,51,57 24,48,50,54 24 4,10,43 . 3,48 24,42 . . 29 19,42,47 . . . 4,10,46,47 . 19,40,44,48,51,53,58 . 29,39,43,51,58 . . 29,47,49 . . . 29,40,43,48,57 . . 29,39,48 24,48,49 Davis, Bruce . . . 24,43,44,51,58 Davis, Roy . . . 11,47,58 Dodge, Don . . .4,11,58 Donovan, Kenny . . . 19,40,44,51,52,55,56 Dunlap, Jack Durnell, Mike Elings, Leona Elings, Ron . Erdman, Brad Erickson, Forrest . Erickson, Linda . . Farrington, Jim . Farrington, Sue . . Field, Charlann . Field, Vicki Gibson, Ricl Habets, Pete Hall, Lynn . 5,43,51,57 . 29,39,43,51,58 . 29,47 24,43,51,55 29,39,43,51 . . . 19, 42,44,46 . . . 29,43,48,51 . . . 4,11,42,43,44,46,48 . . . 19,41,42,44,46 . 29,39 . 24,43,46,51,57 . 24,43,55,56 4,11,41,42,43,44,45 Hancock, Bobbie . . . 29,48 Hartsell, Helen . . . 29,39,48 Harwood, Mike . . . 24,43,44,51,57 Hayne, Mary . . . 19,41,42,44,46,49 Ingebrigtson, Lonnie . . . 19,41,46,50 Jannusch, Marilyn . . . 4,11,47,49 Johnson, Linda ... 24 Johnson, Marcia . . . 4,1 2,42, 44, 4f Johnson, Roy . . . 4,12,43 Johnson, Stephen ... 29 Jones, Linda . . . 29,42 Jones, Wauneta . . . 29,47 Karlsgodt, Forresl . . 24,43,51,57 Karlsgodt, Sally . 29,47 Keeler, Larry . 1 9,47,48 Kincaid, Steve . . . 24,43,51,57 King, Joe . . . 1 2,42, 4-!, 45, 51, 52, 53, 58 Kuka, Bill . . . 12,44,51,52,53,55,56 Kuka, John . . . 25,43,51,55,58 Lauffer, Judy . . . 36,47,48,49,54 Leet. Linda . . . 19,41,42,47,49,54 Lindseth, Raymond ... 4,12,58 Lohse, Connie ... 5 Majerus, Bill 4,13,42,44,48,51,52,53,55,56 Majerus, Larry . . . 25,43,48,51,55,58 Majerus, Tom . . . 30,40,43,48,51,57 May, Barbara . . . 19,41,46,47,50,54 . 25,43,51,57 . . . 25,43,51,57 . . 13,44,51,52,53 4,5,10,46,51,57 1 . . . 5,39,46 . . 4,43,44,51,52,58 . 19,42,44,46 . . 19,40,44,51,52,53,58 . . 2,42 . . . 4,13,41,42,46 . 25,43,57 20,42,44,51,52,55 . . . 25,47 . 20,39,41,44,46 . 30,47 . . . 30,40,49 May, Daryl . . McComb, Wes McGrew, Bob . Mero, Don . . Micken, Darre Miller, Jack . Miller, Joe . . Miller, Larry . . Milne, Bruce . . Monroe, Evelyn Moon, Kenny . . Nelson, Jim . . . Neyenhuis, Glen Norsby, Ellen . . Norsby, Sally . . Offerdahl, Lana . . Orr, Carl ... 45 Orr, Glenna ... 20 Orr, Ida . . . 30,47 Osterman, David . . Otthouse, Marsha . Owings, Richard Parr, Alan . . Pepion, Eloui Pepion, Joy . Pepion, Junic Peterson, Ed . Powers, Randa . Priebe, Marlene Pulver, James . . Sager, Earl . . . 5,44 Sand, Gus . . . 14,42,44,51,53 Sanson, Trudy . . . 25,46,54 Scheel, Jim . . . 20,40,44,51,58 Sheble, Sherry . . . 4,14,41 Shephard, Dale . . . 25,43,51,55,57 Shephard, Kathy . . . 20,39,41 Sirokman, Sharon . . . 5,40,41 Speer, Ron . . . 25,43,44,48,51,58 Stark, Lorraine . . 30,47,48 Stephen, Jim . . . 4,10,14,42,43,44,45,46,48,51,52,53,55,56 Stokes, Bill . . . 4,14,43,44,51,52,53,58 Stokes, Alan . . . 25,43,57 Swanson, Don . . . 30,39,43,51 Toren, Art . . 4,14,43 Toren, Ed . . . 20,40,44 Toren, Sharon . . . 30,47 Urness, Bonnie . . . 30,39,40,47 Van Auken, Sharon . . . 4,15,41,43,45,47,48 Van De Kop, Patsy . . . 30,39,44 Vanden Bos, Albert . . . 4,15,43 20,42,44,48 . 20,39,41,42 25,43,44 . . . 4,13,41,46,47,49 30,40 . . 25,43,51,57 . 20,42,44,51,52,53,55,56 . . 30,39,48 ... 5,41 25,43 Vanden Bos, Barney . . . 4,15,43,58 Vanden Bos, Dale . . . 30,39,54,57 Vanden Bos, Donny ... 15 Vanden Bos, Shirley . . . 30,40 Van Gorden, Charles 5,42,44,51,55 Wentworth, Gayle . . . 25,46,47,49,54 Wenzel, Mary ... 25 Wenzel, Sheryl . . . 30,47 Wheele r, Alan . . . 4,15,41,47,48,58 Wheele r, Ed . . . 20,40,43,55 Wheele r, Laura ... 25 Widhali t , Angela . . . 20,41,42,44,46 Widhah m, Bernard . . . 25,43,57 Widhali -n, Dolores . . . 20,39,40 Widhah n, Esther . . . 4,15,41,42,44,49 Widhal: -n, Jo Ann . . . 20,42,44 Widhah -n, John . . . 30,39,43 Widhal: m, Madeline ... 30 Widhali m, Steve . . . 25,43,51,57 Widhali -n, Terry . . . 20,40,44,51,58 Wolstac 1, Ron . . . 30,39,43,57 Yeager, Diana . . . 30,39 Pepion, Donald . . . 20,40 64 ADVERTISING DIRECTORY Berg, Chris E. , Dr. . . . pp. 67 Berts ' Barbershop . . . pp. 77 Cannon, Porter S. M.D. . . . pp. 71 Cargill Inc. ... pp. 81 Coast-to-Coast. Conrad . . . pp. 74 Conoco Bulk Plant ... pp. 83 Collins, G. G., Dr. Dentist ... pp. 71 Croxdales Trading Post . . . pp. 66 Dean ' s Construction . . . pp. 76 Devoe ' s Builders Service . . . pp. 78 Doyle, Francisco, and Sherman . . . pp. 66 Farmers and Stockmens Band . . . pp. 68 Fitzs . . . pp. 81 Fletcher, Donald G. M.D. ... pp. 71 Gambles ... pp. 84 G.T.A pp. 82 Greely Elevator Co. . . . pp. 80 Hadcock, William E. M.D. ... pp. 71 Hamilton, Robert S. M.D. . . . pp. 67 Hi-Way Cafe ... pp. 69 Jacobson, Charles . . . pp. 67 Lohse Flying Service . . . pp. 72,73 Lloyd ' s Barber Shop . . . pp. 82 Martain ' s Jewelry . . . pp. 74 Montana Western R.R. . . . pp. 66 Panther Drive Inn . . . pp. 76 Ranger ' s Bar . . . pp. 77 Torgerson ' s . . . pp. 84 Valier Public Library . . . pp. 69 Valier Lumber Co. . . . pp. 81 Valier Rexall Drug ... pp. 75 Valentines . . . pp. 74 Wentworth ' s . . . pp. 80 Wesley ' s . . . pp. 81 Yunck, H. R. Dr. Dentist ... pp. 67 SPONSOR PAGE DIRECTORY Anderson Grain Co., Valier . . . pp. 52 Anderson ' s Mercantile, Dupuyer . . . pp. 43,12 Amot ' s, Conrad . . . pp. 54 Ben Franklin Store, Conrad . . . pp. 40 Briden Chevrolet, Valier . . . pp. 51,56 Buttrey Foods, Conra ' d . . . pp. 50 Conrad Implement Co. . . . pp. 42 Conrad Motor and Tire Co. . . . pp. 53 Courtesy Ford Sales, Inc., Conrad . . . pp. 60 Dehler Bematz Co., Conrad . . . pp. 48 Drake ' s Drug Store, Conrad . . . pp. 36 Dupuyer Service Station . . . pp. 11 Durnell Insurance, Valier . . . pp. 29 Elsberry ' s, Conrad . . . pp. 3 5 Farmer ' s State Bank, Conrad . . . pp. 41 Fleet Wholesale Supply, Conrad . . . pp. 61 Hammer Plumbing and Heating . . . pp. 62 Home Cafe, Dupuyer . . .pp. 14 Independant Observer, Conrad . . . pp. 37 Lloyd ' s Men and Boys, Valier . . . pp. 44 Mint Bar, Valier ... pp. 58 North Mont. Machinery Co., Conrad . . . pp. 57 Park Motel, Valier ... pp. 20 Pondera Drug and Jewelers, Conrad . . . pp. 55 Reiner ' s Finer Foods . . . pp. 39 Robinson ' s Enco Service, Conrad . . . pp. 33 Roser ' s Department Store, Conrad . . . pp. 47 Safeway Foods, Inc., Conrad . . . pp. 59 Stockman ' s Bar, Valier . . . pp. 49 Valier Cleaners . . . pp. 24 Valier Hotel Beauty Salon . . . pp. 46 Valier Implement Co. . . . pp. 45 CROXDAIE ' S TRADING POIT Dupuyer, Montana MONTANA WEITERN RAILROAD DOYLE, FRANCMCO AND SHERMAN Attorneys at Law Conrad, Montana OR. CHRIS E. BERG DR. H.R. yUNCK Optometrist Dentist Phone 278-3931 Phone 278-3321 Conrad, Montana Conrad, Montana CHARLES LMCOBJON ROBERT J. HAIULTOWft. Attorney at Law Phone 278-5814 Conrad, Montana Conrad, Montana [£l X l?tHl CURRY ' S MARKET L0U I5 ENCO SERVICE BULK DISTRIBUTOR HAWKIN KARLSGODT VAUER PUBLIC LIBRARY HI-WAY CAFE FARMER ' S AND STOCKMAN ' S BANK of VALIER, MONTANA DR.G.G.COUIM PORTER S. 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